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22 William Alley          Updated by Driver: 4/7/2003
Edited by Staff: 6/24/2003

 Driver Information
Nickname: Billy
Hometown: Lincoln,NE
Birthdate: 6/11/83
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 180
Email Address: bigdog2242@aol.com
Racing Web Site: www.billyalley.com
Marital Status: Single
Employer: Stewart Alley
Job: Concrete
Year Started Racing: 1996
Total Years Racing: 6
Racing Hero: J.J. Riggins and Ray Lipsey.

 Car Information
Year/Make/Model: 2003 Eagle
Motor: Spanel 360
Owner: Stewart Alley
Crew Chief: Bob Richardson
Crew: Stewart Alley, Gary Carpenter, Rick Cavender, Dan Buss, Mark Schmit, Corey Grause.
Sponsors & Support: Mom & Dad, Ray Lipsey - Lipsey Construction, Dan Buss - Buss Excavating, Paul Swenson - Premier Builders, Rick Cavender - Red Rock Masonry, Scott Strasburger, RPM Paint & Accessories, Weld Wheels, Kwik Change, Pro Shocks, Schmit Automotive.

 Tracks & Series
Eagle Raceway (NE) - RaceSaver Sprint #22

 Awards & Accomplishments
2002 NSCHOF 360 Co-Rookie of the Year, 2002 Eagle Raceway Point Championship, 2002 Eagle Raceway Rookie of the Year, 2002 NSCA Championship Runner-up.
 Career Summary
I started in Go-Karts at age 12. I raced for three years before getting into Modified Migets. I raced in the 125cc class for one year. Then I moved up to the 600cc A class for two years. Half way into my third year in the 600cc class I moved to 360 Sprint Cars where I raced seven times in 2001. Ran a full year in a Sprint Car in 2002 and will continue in the 360 class for 2003.
 Racing Goals
Keep improving as a driver and continue to move up. Some day compete at a professional level.

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